A Real Attack on Religion | National Catholic Reporter by MSW. MGB: It is not secularism, however, to remind priests that a good penance includes turning themselves into civil authorities if they have committed a crime, especially one involving life or property. Most crimes should be dealt with in a mental health context - both non-violent drug offenses and most violent crimes. The Church needs to develop an infrastructure to take these functions from the state (but overseen by the deacons and laity, not the bishops).
Thursday, November 15, 2012
- Name: Michael Bindner
- Location: Alexandria, Virginia, United States
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